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Argentine cooperatives ink deal to connect 358 underserved districts

Monday 29 June 2020 | 10:59 CET | News
Argentina's communications regulator Enacom has reached a deal with three entities representing more than 400 telecom cooperatives in the country to bring internet service to 358 underserved districts across the country. Under the corresponding resolution, Enacom will free up universal service funds in view of the exceptional circumstances arising from the Covid-19 pandemic, allowing Catel, Colsecor and Fedecoba to guarantee access to ICT services for the affected residents. A budget amounting to ARS 100 million has been made available to execute the project.

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Categories: General
Companies: Catel / Enacom
Countries: Argentina
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